Originally Posted by sosomeesot
I tried F6f first, my PC looked at me like I was crazy. Said to myself, "F*** That!" and gave up after a few short tries, and installed F5. Still can't get my system stable. I have to reboot or hard reset half a dozen times to get to my desktop, it works fine once I'm there though. Gonna go home and tinker with it some more today. I miss having a system that booted up perfectly every time.
My PC loved the Vengeance 1600 I had in there at 9-9-9-24, but this XMS3 2000 at 9-10-9-27, not so much...
F5 wont work with FX chips very well, You need F6C
I posted a link in this thread a while ago to it.
Originally Posted by legionofone22
Hey guys I had a question, Im running the ud7 rev 1.0. My question deals with the AMD APM. Basically when I set it to disabled in bios it works for the first boot, no cores throttle during prime or linx. But once I put the computer into s3 and resume it the AMD APM starts working again and throttles cores. I have to reboot or go into hibernation for it to become disabled again. Thanks for the help!
You can also do the AOD trick to re-disable it.